Speakers for FluoroFest 2019

Renowned keynote speakers and their presentation titles include:

  • Kirk S. Schanze (University of Texas in San Antonio)
    Fluorescent water soluble conjugated polymers: fundamentals and application to biosensing
  • Yves Mely (University of Strasbourg)
    Imaging the dynamics and interactions of viral and bacterial proteins by advanced imaging techniques
  • Catherine Royer (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
    Mapping protein networks in vivo using advanced fluorescence microscopy approaches
  • Bruce Weisman (Rice University)
    Using near-infrared fluorescence to characterize single-wall carbon nanotubes
  • Robert Sui Qiang (E & J Gallo Winery)
    Rapid analysis of color and phenolics in grapes by fluorescence EEMs
  • Tamás Bányász (University of Debrecen)
    Coordination between cytosolic calcium dynamics and the electrical function of cardiac cell membrane

Additional speakers include:

  • Karol Gryczynski (Texas Christian University)
    Artifacts in fluorescence measurements. What we have to remember when interpreting results – From Steady-State to Time-Resolved Measurements
  • David Birch (University of Strathclyde)
    Fluorescence approaches to melanin structure and order
  • Gerard L. Coté (Texas A & M University)
    Wavelength Selection and Encapsulation of a FRET-based biosensing assay for continuous glucose
  • Francis D’Souza (University of North Texas in Denton)
    Design and singlet oxygen behavior of Visible and Near-IR fluorescent probes
  • Kayla Green (Texas Christian University)
    Evaluation of pharmacological potential for antioxidant pyridinophanes using protonation constants, metal association constants, toxicity, and metabolic liability studies
  • Rafal Fudala (University of North Texas)
    Fluorescent biosensor for hyaluronidase detection
  • Hays Rye (Texas A & M University)
    Mechanistic insights into molecular chaperone action in protein folding and disaggregation from fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Anton Naumov (Texas Christian University)
    Fluorescence imaging of 0, 1 and 2D carbon nanomaterials for biomedical applications
  • Arup Neogi (University of North Texas in Denton)
    Second Harmonic Optical Interferometric correlation spectroscopy in a monolayer two-dimensional materials
  • Bin Hu (University of Tennessee)
    Magneto-photoluminescence in steady and time-dependent regimes
  • Philip Yip (University of Strathclyde)
    The future of FLIM: a wide field TCSPC camera for real time imaging of fluorescence lifetimes
  • Sergei Dzyuba (Texas Christian University)
    Fluorescent molecular rotors as environment-sensitive probes for various types of media
  • Adam Gilmore (HORIBA Instruments)
    A-TEEM Molecular fingerprinting; taking fluorescence into the analytical realm
  • Mohammad Omary (Visiting Professor/Yarmouk University)
    Reality vs myth regarding fluorophores or phosphors with beyond-unity quantum yield
  • Sangram Raut (University of North Texas)
    Probing HDL mimetic nanoparticles using fluorescence
  • Hanli Liu (University of Texas in Arlington)
  • Anvar Zakhidov (University of Texas in Dallas)